Is all this hard work really what I want? I suspect a lot of twenty-somethings have asked something similar at one time or another – at uni, in careerland, whilst scraping mould from the shower curtain. For example, it might be the question that pops into your head one Friday evening when you’ve had a … More Anything but Ordinary: twenty-something ambition explained with Disney
I’m no expert in public speaking but in prepping for the launch of Comms For Good, I had to persuade my brain that taking to the stage wouldn’t end in my imminent demise. SO here are the things that I found helped me. Maybe they’ll help you too. … More Public speaking won’t kill you (probably)
Culinary disaster, that’s me in a nutshell. Or at least it was. Until I hit my twenties, I was the sort of person who could burn soup. One time I tried to make a Moroccan chicken dish for a bunch of friends and my mum had to take over in order to save the house … More HelloFresh vs Gousto: A Fake Foodie Review
It’s that time of the year again. Everything tastes of change – the air, the breeze, the extra shot of espresso in the morning. There’s something about the shift through autumn into winter that puts the year in perspective. And as 2016 moves to its close, I figure it’s time to look back at everything that’s happened.
Prepare for some oversharing. And some cheese. And some gifs. As per. … More Ch-ch-ch-changes: 2016, the story of a quarter-life breakthrough
At the risk of sounding like I’m going through my post-adolescent idealistic phase (a fair assumption), I want to talk about an idea referred to as #fintechforgood – or the technology behind money that is making finance a more sustainable industry in terms of people, planet and profit. … More #FintechForGood: Swipe Right For A Better Future
I am not trying to sell you a new job (although we are hiring if you’re awesome and want to work with me) but this blog does ask you to examine your idea of “careerism”. If you stop half way, you may suffer from the following symptoms: confusion, anxiety, nausea, uncontrollable weeping and intense itchiness of the feet. If you do experience any of these, don’t worry, it’ll pass once you get off your butt and change your stars. … More Writing, Fintech & Multipotential Lives
They say, “You can’t regret what you didn’t do.” But what does that even mean? And is it true? A few thoughts on why we have regrets about inaction and how this is actually, secretly, kind of a good thing. … More Regret & the Trauma of Almost
Choosing what is right for you in terms of the openness of your relationship is entirely between you and the other(s) involved. There’s no right or wrong kind between consenting adults. But is monogamy natural in the first place? That’s a different question. … More Monogam-ish: What’s the real deal with our relationships?
Music has played a defining role in my life – the friends, the ideas, the experiences. Music is a glue binding the piece of my life together, teaching me lessons I didn’t even realise I was being taught. This is a piece about those lessons. Enjoy. And mind the cheese. … More 7 Things I Learned From Too Much Rock’n’Roll
Holidays. Sweet, sunbright holidays. Glorious free time: carved out of the calendar in pink highlighter, counted down to with glee, finally arriving with a sense of smug satisfaction as you set your out-of-office email and flee for the hills or the sea. Here is an excellent video by my brother about where we went and … More Recline, Refresh, Rethink : 10 thoughts from 10 days on a boat